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Claudine Barretto fires back at Marjorie: Don’t your children see a psychiatrist?

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Nov. 05, 19 | 11:03 am

Claudine Barretto has strong words for her sister Marjorie after the latter’s supposed remarks on her mental health condition.

On her Instagram account, Claudine shared a screenshot of Marjorie’s comment over her health condition.

Marjorie, however, tagged herself instead of Claudine on her comment.

“@marjbarretto Take your proper medications please. Nahihilo ka na sa kwento mo,” Marjorie said.

Claudine responded on Marjorie’s tweet:

“Oh my! What happened? Why did you TAG YOURSELF Marjorie? Tsk tsk don’t worry I drank my meds. So should you. Mock me all you want BUT NOT PEOPLE WITH MENTAL ILLNESS. Don’t your children see a psychiatrist?” Claudine said.

In an interview with GMA News, Claudine has admitted on suffering from mental disorder.

She said that she was diagnosed with panic disorders and panic attacks.

“In 2002, I was diagnosed with panic attacks, panic disorder. I just felt na parang mamamatay ako, hindi ako makahinga, parang I was sinking, I was drowning, ‘tapos parang lumiliit yung kuwarto, nagko-cold sweats ako ‘tapos hihimatayin ako,” she said.

Claudine said that her condition started after her ex-boyfriend Rico Yan passed away that year.

“Hanggang ngayon, dala-dala ko because I never really grieved. I just really kept on working and working. I want to tire myself para pag-uwi ko, talagang tulog na lang, hindi ko na maisip yung pagkamatay ng ex-boyfriend ko noon. Ang gusto ko lang, mapagod. Hindi pa talaga ako yung talagang nakapag-rest para umiyak, up to this day,” she added.

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